Simone Pérèle is synonymous with classic French styling with a sexy edge. A blend of exceptional materials including lace, French embroidery and satin bows ensures women feel beautifully sensual and liberated. The Autumn 2015 collection is elegant, fashionable and oh-so-sexy.
As with all of Simone Pérèle’s lingerie ranges, the pieces are designed for and fit women of most sizes and shapes and range in sizes from an 8 through to a size 20, with cup sizing from an A cup through to a H.
To help you feel sexy this Valentine’s Day, Simone Pérèle and Woman of Style and Substance are giving four winners your choice of the following Simone Pérèle sets. Not just for you but your friend as well!
How can anyone resist red lingerie on Valentine’s Day? We think the “Pretty” set is very pretty.
You can never go wrong with angelic white. Now you can look sweet in “Delice”.
What could be any prettier than a hint of baby blue “Delice”?
Nude lingerie is essential to every girl’s wardrobe especially under Valentine’s Day outfits. “Andora” is sexy and practical.
There are two ways you can enter:
1. Share the lingerie set you would like to win to Instagram and follow @simonepereleaus and @womanofstyleandsubstance, hashtag #LoveSimonePerele and tag a friend.
2. Fill out the form below, enter a friend’s name and email address and tell us why you need to spice things up this Valentine’s Day and which set you would wear?
Terms and conditions: The “Simone Pérèle” giveaway is a game of skill and the most creative entry will be deemed the winner. The competition opens Monday 9th February 10AM EST and closes on Sunday 15th February at midnight EST. One entry per person. Australian entries only, sorry. There four prize packs to be won, with a total value of over $1000. Winner will be notified via email. All entries will be signed up to our newsletter upon entry, if you do not wish to sign up to our newsletter please let us know via email. Good luck!
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